Development tools support Freescale KL0 family of ARM Cortex-M0+ processors
Mouser Electronics is offering a comprehensive solution set of hardware and software development tools for the Freescale KL0 family of ARM Cortex-M0+ processors.
Freescale’s Kinetis KL0 processors offer 32-bit performance at an 8-bit price point without sacrificing energy consumption, making them ideal for designers experiencing limitations with 8-bit or 16-bit processors. The Freescale Freedom Board (FRDM-KL02Z) allows low-power, cost-effective evaluation and development for quick prototyping and demo. Included with the FRDM-KL02Z are an easy-to-use mass storage device flash programmer, a virtual serial port, and classic programming and run-control capabilities.
IDE (integrated development environment) software applications include Keil Tools MDK-PRO, which is optimized for MCU applications and combines the ARM C/C++ Compiler, the µVision IDE/Debugger, the Keil RTX real time operating system, and middleware libraries. Atollic offers the TrueSTUDIOC/C++ Development Suite with true integration to enhance efficiency, team collaboration, and code quality, as well as a feature set to enable developers to quickly write and debug.
Keil ULINKPro Debug and Trace Unit provides on-the-fly programming, debugging, and analyzing trace information for Cortex-M devices via a USB port. The processor can run at full speed while programming, setting breakpoints, and read/write activity.
Micrium µC/OS-III Real-Time Operating System saves time on embedded system projects, manages an unlimited number of application tasks, and features an interrupt disable time of near zero.
Learn more about the Freescale Kinetis KL0 Development Eco-System at http://www.mouser.com/freescale-kinetis-kl0-ecosystem/.